Pocket Gamer Connects Careers Week

Here comes Pocket Gamer Connects Career Week. Taking place during Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #2: a new  event dedicated to helping jobseekers take the next step in their career, and for recruiters to fill positions in their portfolios. 

The games industry is constantly evolving, and the landscape is ever changing. As new models, technology and practices gain in popularity, others are cast aside or replaced. Many traditional business practices have also been impacted by the COVID 19 pandemic. This has meant confusion and complications in recruitment, as well as furloughing and terminated contracts. To support jobseekers during this difficult time, Pocket Gamer has launched its careers fair which will run during its second virtual event (June 8-12).

Pocket Gamer Connects Careers Week Banner

What it includes:

  • Digital jobs board listing on the main event channel
  • A mail-out of key vacancies to all attendees
  • A virtual jobs fair (match-making event where we connect jobseekers with recruiters)
  • Focused talks, panels and round-table discussions regarding recruitment
  • Supporting editorial coverage on PocketGamer.biz

As part of Pocket Gamer Connects Careers week, Pocket Gamer are making a number of tickets available for free to people currently on the hunt for their next position. This not only allows job hunters access to the careers fair, but also to the rest of the virtual event. Pocket Gamer Connects Digital #2 event (five days, ten tracks, 200+ speakers, access to MeetToMatch platform, Discord chat and more). If you’d like to get involved and find the next step in your career, sign up hereRecruiters can also get involved and share their vacancies by using this form to register interest.

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This Article was written by: Harry Cole

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